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    Mountain Hardwear Lamina 32 Long

    I ordered this before I saw the golite quilt sale... It is new w/ tags and stuff sack. Greenish brown (mostly brown) "Lamina 32- long lizard gris vert", looks awesome, but a down quilt is in my very-near future This would be a great bag for somebody who might do some occasional (gasp) tent camping on the side, it has a full-length zipper so it can be used as a quilt in the hammock.
    It is synthetic insulation with Mountain hardwear's laminated construction (suposed to be better than stiching in certain areas)

    $110 shipped (CONUS)

    Here are the specs:
    Mountain Hardwear Lamina +32° provides high loft, durability, softness and compressibility—great for three-season excursions.
    •Lightweight Thermic Micro™ insulation is designed to produce a consistent sheet of insulation, regulating an even temperature throughout
    •Made from a combination of hollow and solid staple fibers, the fill has excellent loft retention and is durable, soft and compressible
    •Laying insulation in a wave shape enhances loft and increases thermal efficiency; offset welds increase stability and loft
    •Face gasket and ergonomic draft collar seal out drafts
    •Insulated draft tube is not sewn through and extends to bottom of bag to eliminate cold spots
    •Full-length two-way zipper with locking slider is backed by wide, antisnag binding tape
    •Comfort footbox is shaped to allow feet to rest naturally; shape preserves loft and allows insulation to drape close to feet for added warmth
    •Internal zippered pocket at shoulder keeps small items handy

    Temperature rating (F) 32 degrees Fahrenheit
    Average weight 2 lbs. 14 oz.
    Shell Ripstop polyester
    Fill Polyester
    Lining Polyester taffeta
    Fits up to (in.) 6 ft. 6 in.
    Shoulder girth 64 inches
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    I have one of these and think it an excellent bag. I have used it down to freezing and find it warm if you zip it right up and close up the hood (leaving your mouth/face open).

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    I have one of those rated at 0 degrees. It's a really good bag just bulkier and heavier than down. I recently bought a down Western Mountaineer 30 degree....very sweet. Hopefully a 0 degree down WM is in my fiuture to replace the MH.

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    still available

    bump, still available

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    Price Reduced

    Would go $100 shipped

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